A hanok, the traditional Korean house, as interpreted by me.

Heraclitus says that what is opposed finds its conciliation, that from what is is contrast the most beautiful harmony is born, and that everything is created through clashing.
The hanok represents both contrast and unity. The eye of the observer can choose to focus either on the union of the shapes that compose it, or on the undeniable contrast between the monochrome Sarangbang and the colorful Anbang. Both are true, both are one and to see them as separate is a mistake.

The scene was modelled, textured and rendered by me using Blender and Substance Painter.